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Turn your photos into classic Polaroids with Rollip

Posted By Ashraf On November 25, 2009 @ 6:20 PM In Miscellaneous | 3 Comments

Update: Rollip is no longer free!

Nowadays most people use digital camera, or their cameras on their cell phones (I bet my cell phone owns yours – ha ha), when it comes to photography. So does anyone still remember those huge Polaroid cameras way back when? You know the ones that developed the picture as soon as you snapped it? Yes… they weren’t the best of quality but they were instant and so coooooool! I remember always wanting to use one as a child (hey… no comment on my age!). Never did get the chance though sadly enough. If you do miss the Polaroids, I can’t promise you a Polaroid camera to use, but I can promise you the next best thing: Rollip.

Rollip is a free web service that allows you to turn your already existing digital images into Polaroids. Like this…

obama8 [1]

…into this:

image [2]

It is kinda cool. You get to pick from multiple different “Polaroid effects”…

2009-08-13_004545 [3]

…and even get to do some border customization:

2009-08-13_004630 [4]

Once you are done you just upload your image (JPEG/JPG, PNG, BMP and GIF formats only) and wait (I waited less than ten seconds before my example photo you saw above was finished). When the image is done being Polaroid-ed, you are shown a preview of your image and are given the options to download it or share it:

2009-08-13_005144 [5]

You can Polaroid your own images from the following link:

Click here to visit Rollip.com [6]


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[3] Image: http://dottech.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/2009-08-13_004545.jpg

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[5] Image: http://dottech.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/2009-08-13_005144.jpg

[6] Click here to visit Rollip.com: http://rollip.com

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